The Cloverfield Paradox - Cloverfield (2008). If you play both films at the same time, the precise moment the Particle accelerator fires in Paradox it causes the monster to appear in Cloverfield linking the two universes
Cloverfield(2008) time:45:30 Just after they get the door closed on the ground monsters in the subway tunnels, the old footage of their fun day glitches in and before it glitches back, this image is ONE frame. I had to rewind and play/pause several times to be able to land on this specific frame.
Just for fun, here is one of the other single frame iconic monster shots from Cloverfield(2008) this one is King Kong right before he knocks a plane out the sky. Its in the video glitch just before the camera lays in the helicopter wreckage.
In Harry Potter 6, in the opening scene in the subway Harry is reading a newspaper. If you pause during a specific point you can read a mini article talking about how Lucius Malfoy has been sent to Azkaban and has escaped. This point is never directly addressed in the movies other than this moment.
In Children of Men (2006), the protagonists meet their contact at Hillside Primary School. This is the same school that 7/7 bomber Mohammed Sidique Khan worked at prior to the London Bombings.
Transformers (2007) and Friday the 13th (2009), both produced by Michael Bay, exist in the same universe. Actor Travis Van Winkle plays the character Trent DeMarco, who exists as Mikaela’s ex-boyfriend in Transformers, and Jenna’s boyfriend in Friday the 13th.
Tombstone (1993) Kate, Doc Holliday's girlfriend is seen positioning herself near the bartender after getting up from Doc's lap. She knows a bad beat is coming, and this is her getting ready to crowd control the bartender.
The Shining (1980) - Before the "All work and no play" reveal, when Jack continues typing you hear *click* *double click* *deep click* which corresponds with typing out "ALL (spacebar)" 2:48
A Few Good Men (1992) - Tom Cruise is watching a baseball game at home, and beside the TV is the novel 'Misery's Lover' by Paul Sheldon, who is the main protagonist in director Rob Reiner's previous film Misery.
In Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, during the battle at the Department of Mysteries, Harry disarms Lucius Malfoy. Sirius says “Nice one, James.” In the books Harry is often compared to how much he resembles his father, James Potter.
In the movie "Moonrise Kingdom" by Wes Anderson, when Edward Norton is making a check of what the scouts are doing, he pulls the cigarette away from one of the stalls because there is a "No Smoking" sign right in front of it.
Pirates of the Caribbean: When inspecting Jack's compass Norrington comments it does not point north. It's infact pointing at Jack. We later learn the compass points to what you desire most.
In Avengers: Age of Ultron before Iron Man in the Hulkbuster armor starts to push the Hulk through the abandoned building he fires four rockets to compromise the structure of the building in such a way it will collapse on itself, instead of falling sideways, possibly onto civilians.
In 'under the silver lake', when Sam (Andrew Garfield) wakes up on the sofa after having nightmares, he grabs the amazing spiderman comic book - he was spiderman - and also the comic book sticks to his hand as if he had super powers, but its the chewing gum that's kids left on his damaged car.
In 'Pulp Fiction', the scene where Marcellus is being raped by the hicks, Butch is about to leave. When he pauses at the door you can see the license plate behind him that says "CAC 308", cac means dick in Vietnamese. Butches father was in the Vietnam war.
[The intouchables] (2011) Driss and Philippe share the earrings they bought before philippe's surprise party. I suppose they were for Eléonore but when she didn't show up Philippe gave Driss one of them and kept the other. Thought it was a discreet yet cute touch.
In Rango (2011) when Rango is trying to hide from the eagle by changing his colours you can see a slight hue on the toad next to him, for example in this comparison when he changes to a blue colour you can see a slight blue hue on the toad.
In Terminator 2:Judgement Day, during Sarah Connor’s dream of the nuclear blast where she can’t talk, the alternate version of herself playing with a child in the park is wearing the same waitress uniform she wore in Terminator
In Uncle Drew (2018), Uncle Drew warns The Preacher (portrayed by Chris Webber) that they got no timeouts left. A nice jab from the time Chris Webber called an extra timeout that cost Michigan the game to UNC in 1993 Final Four.
In POTC: Curse Of The Black Pearl (2003) Barbossa tells his crew the first thing he is going to do after he breaks his curse is eat an apple, but is killed by Jack before doing so. However, at the end of POTC: Dead Man's Chest (2006) the first thing we see Barbossa do is take a bite out of an apple.
In Age of Ultron, Hawkeye's son is wearing a onesie revealing his full name is "Nathaniel Pietro Barton." The middle name "Pietro" is in honor of Quicksilver, whose real name is Pietro Maximoff.
In Mean Girls, in a possible homage to Heathers, Regina's mom makes drinks, each glass adorned with a blue, red, green or yellow umbrella, and each of the Plastics grabs the drink with the umbrella of the signature color of the character they are most similar to in Heathers.
In "Scott Pilgrim VS The World", during the phone call with Envy, you can see in the pictures Scott's relationship with Envy starting happy and ending with Envy leaving the frame indicating that she broke up with Scott.
The 2004 Punisher film ends on a shot of the Sunshine Skyway Bridge in Tampa, which is something of a very popular suicide spot. Earlier in the film, Frank Castle nearly kills himself, so maybe it's intentional?
In the movie Love Actually, during the scene where Juliet is looking to view her wedding video that Mark recorded, a "Rear Window" video case is seen in the corner. This being similar to the wedding video of focusing on Juliet from afar
In Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Dennis the peasant is a mediaeval muckraker (someone who fights corruption in government). Reinforced by the actual rake in the mud next to them while they argue.
In Disney's live-action "Beauty and the Beast" (2017), Belle's father, Maurice, is shown making a living by building automatons. Automatons were popular entertainment in 18th century France, the time period the movie is set in - especially with King Louis XVI.
The potion that Ruber holds in "Quest for Camelot" (1998) has the word ACME written on it, which is the company Wile E. Coyote orders his gadgets from in the Looney Tunes cartoons and both are owned by Warner Bros.
In Ant-Man and The Wasp (2018), Scott's ringtone when Luis calls him is "Everyday Is Like Sunday" by Morrissey. This is a reference to Morrissey's Mexican fan-base, which Luis mentions during his interogation in the previous scene.
In Fantastic Beasts, you briefly see Niffler (who is attracted to valuables) hiding in a secret hole behind a picture. This is because Jacob, (like many during this era) probably didn’t trust banks, and was keeping his valuables hidden there.
In The Polar Express, after being seperated from the rest of the passengers, the three protagonists try to regroup with the train. Near the city center, the Girl and Billy hear bells ringing but the Boy can't. However a record is repeating the lines "Ring-a-ling" clueing the audience to the bells.
In "Beauty and the Beast" (1991), the Beast / Prince never received an official name. However, some of the cast allegedly named him "Adam". This is likely referencing Frankenstein's Monster in "Frankenstein" (1818). Never given a name by his creator, the Monster suggested that he be called "Adam".
In Room (2015) we can see a spot was dug up by the tree and marked as evidence (yellow note). In the book Ma had another baby before Jack, who died at birth and was buried in the backyard by her abductor.
In Die Hard with a Vengeance (1994) Bruce Willis tells Samuel L. Jackson he was "smoking cigarettes and watching Captain Kangaroo" while suspended from the police force. That phrase is reference to a lyric sung by Bruce Willis in Pulp Fiction (1993) as he attempts to retrieve his father's watch.
The pizza place in 'Home Alone' is called Little Nero's Pizza and their slogan is 'No Fiddlin' Around' and since the legend is that Nero fiddled while Rome was burning, the slogan is a clever way of saying "We won't burn your pizza".
In Evan Almighty (2007) Evan's Hummer has the license plate GEN 614, citing Genesis 6:14, which reads "Make thee an ark of timber planks: thou shalt make little rooms in the ark, and thou shalt pitch it within and without".